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The Thomas Jefferson Teaching Award is awarded at the [[College of William and Mary]]'s [[Charter Day]].  
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The '''Thomas Jefferson Teaching Award''' is awarded at the [[College of William and Mary]]'s [[Charter Day]], and is a tribute to several members of the faculty who influenced and encouraged Thomas Jefferson. The award is intended to recognize today's teachers on the faculty. It is made annually to a younger teaching member of the College community who has demonstrated, through concern as a teacher and through character and influence, the inspiration and stimulation of learning to the betterment of the individual and society as exemplified by Thomas Jefferson.
  
 
== Thomas Jefferson Teaching Award Recipients ==
 
== Thomas Jefferson Teaching Award Recipients ==
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=== 1970 ===
 
1970 Thomas Hearn
 
1970 Thomas Hearn
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1971 Bruce K. Goodwin
 
1971 Bruce K. Goodwin
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1972 John W. Conlee
 
1972 John W. Conlee
1973 Hans C. von Baeyer
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1973 [[Hans Christian von Baeyer]]
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1974 Elsa S. Diduk
 
1974 Elsa S. Diduk
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1975 Gerald H. Johnson
 
1975 Gerald H. Johnson
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1976 Alan E. Fuchs
 
1976 Alan E. Fuchs
1977 James J. Thompson, Jr.
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1977 [[James J. Thompson, Jr.]]
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1978 Trudier Harris
 
1978 Trudier Harris
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1979 Allen R. Sanderson
 
1979 Allen R. Sanderson
1980 Terry L. Meyers
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1980 [[Terry L. Meyers]]
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1981 Craig N. Canning
 
1981 Craig N. Canning
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1982 Jean Conover Wyer
 
1982 Jean Conover Wyer
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1983 Morris A. McCain, Jr.
 
1983 Morris A. McCain, Jr.
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1984 Mark S. Conradi
 
1984 Mark S. Conradi
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1985 Joel D. Schwartz
 
1985 Joel D. Schwartz
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1986 Joanne M. Braxton
 
1986 Joanne M. Braxton
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1987 Helen Campbell Walker
 
1987 Helen Campbell Walker
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1988 Talbot S. Taylor
 
1988 Talbot S. Taylor
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1989 Virginia Kerns. ‘70
 
1989 Virginia Kerns. ‘70
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1990 R. Heather MacDonald
 
1990 R. Heather MacDonald
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1991 David A. Dessler
 
1991 David A. Dessler
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1992 Susan V. Donaldson
 
1992 Susan V. Donaldson
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1993 John S. Strong
 
1993 John S. Strong
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1994 Tomoko Hamada
 
1994 Tomoko Hamada
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1995 John E. Graves
 
1995 John E. Graves
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1996 Teresa Longo
 
1996 Teresa Longo
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1997 Barbara J. King
 
1997 Barbara J. King
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1998 Colleen Kennedy
 
1998 Colleen Kennedy
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1999 Karen Locke
 
1999 Karen Locke
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=== 2000 ===
 
2000 Carol Sheriff
 
2000 Carol Sheriff
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2001 Linda C. Schaffner
 
2001 Linda C. Schaffner
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2002 Christopher M. Bailey
 
2002 Christopher M. Bailey
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2003 Carey K. Bagdassarian
 
2003 Carey K. Bagdassarian
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2004 Kris E. Lane
 
2004 Kris E. Lane
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2005 Thomas J. Linneman
 
2005 Thomas J. Linneman
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2006 Elizabeth A. Canuel
 
2006 Elizabeth A. Canuel
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2007 Vladimir Bolotnikov
 
2007 Vladimir Bolotnikov
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2008    Alexander Prokhorov, Modern Languages and Literature
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2009    Rowan Lockwood, Geology
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2010    Mark H. Forsyth, Biology
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2011    Elizabeth Harbron, Chemistry
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2012    Laura Heymann, School of Law
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2013    Michael J. Tierney '87, M.A. '88, International Relations & Government
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2014    Cheryl Dickter, Psychology
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[[Category:College of William and Mary Awards and Honors|Jefferson Teaching Award]]

Latest revision as of 12:02, 5 February 2014

The Thomas Jefferson Teaching Award is awarded at the College of William and Mary's Charter Day, and is a tribute to several members of the faculty who influenced and encouraged Thomas Jefferson. The award is intended to recognize today's teachers on the faculty. It is made annually to a younger teaching member of the College community who has demonstrated, through concern as a teacher and through character and influence, the inspiration and stimulation of learning to the betterment of the individual and society as exemplified by Thomas Jefferson.

Thomas Jefferson Teaching Award Recipients

1970

1970 Thomas Hearn

1971 Bruce K. Goodwin

1972 John W. Conlee

1973 Hans Christian von Baeyer

1974 Elsa S. Diduk

1975 Gerald H. Johnson

1976 Alan E. Fuchs

1977 James J. Thompson, Jr.

1978 Trudier Harris

1979 Allen R. Sanderson

1980 Terry L. Meyers

1981 Craig N. Canning

1982 Jean Conover Wyer

1983 Morris A. McCain, Jr.

1984 Mark S. Conradi

1985 Joel D. Schwartz

1986 Joanne M. Braxton

1987 Helen Campbell Walker

1988 Talbot S. Taylor

1989 Virginia Kerns. ‘70

1990 R. Heather MacDonald

1991 David A. Dessler

1992 Susan V. Donaldson

1993 John S. Strong

1994 Tomoko Hamada

1995 John E. Graves

1996 Teresa Longo

1997 Barbara J. King

1998 Colleen Kennedy

1999 Karen Locke

2000

2000 Carol Sheriff

2001 Linda C. Schaffner

2002 Christopher M. Bailey

2003 Carey K. Bagdassarian

2004 Kris E. Lane

2005 Thomas J. Linneman

2006 Elizabeth A. Canuel

2007 Vladimir Bolotnikov

2008 Alexander Prokhorov, Modern Languages and Literature

2009 Rowan Lockwood, Geology

2010 Mark H. Forsyth, Biology

2011 Elizabeth Harbron, Chemistry

2012 Laura Heymann, School of Law

2013 Michael J. Tierney '87, M.A. '88, International Relations & Government

2014 Cheryl Dickter, Psychology

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